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Dimintreko is Targeting The Klitschko-Adamek Winner

European Champion Alexander Dimitrenko - 31-1 (21 KO) – is in his last two weeks in training camp for his next title defense against British boxer Michael Sprott- 36-16 (17 KO) – which takes place on September 24th in Hamburg, Germany.

The 6′ 7″ German promoted by Universum is the No. 3 ranked boxer by the WBC and he´s on his road to get a world champion. Chris Arreola - 33-2 (28 KO) – is at No. 2 and Polish Tomasz Adamek - 44-1 (28 KO) – is No. 1. Adamek will take on WBC champion and veteran Vitali Klitschko - 42-2 (39 KO) – later tonight at Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw, Poland. Arreola has already lost to Adamek and Klitschko.

Dimitrenko will watch this fight very closely.

“I want to be world champion and I´m really looking going after this title. Not only to win it very soon, but also to defend it for a long time for my fans and for my country. I´ll give my fans in Germany, and all over the world, thrilling and action packed fights. Of course I'll watch the fight on Saturday but I don´t care who will win. I'm the No. 3 contender under the WBC - and after the fight the rankings will be reshuffled! Adamek or Klitschko – it doesn´t matter to me – I´ll go after the title to become a world champion soon.”

After the fight in Poland boxing fans can see Alexander Dimitrenko live in action
on September 24th, 2011 in Hamburg/Germany. The fight will be brought casting live by German television SPORT1 and worldwide online by German newspaper website www.BILD.de.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by knockoutkid on 09-10-2011

hahaha rematch eddie chambers! surely can beat him!

Comment by Freedom2111 on 09-10-2011

Vitali-Dimitrenko would be interesting. They are the same height, and Dimitrenko actually has a longer reach 83" to 80".

Comment by Arthur Daley on 09-10-2011

He may as well go for it, he has nowhere else to go. Better to lose to a Klitschko than get exposed by a Helenius, Povetkin or the like.

Comment by edgarg on 09-10-2011

This guy is fighting a 36-16 opponent.....and it's a European Title fight.... and THEN wants to fight Klitschko...........unbelievable. Or pathetic??

Comment by Mikhnienko on 09-10-2011

I'd love to see Adamek or Vitali destroy this German wannbe phaggot. He should fight the loser imo. I wouldn't mind seeing him fight Povetkin either.

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